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BigMarbles

Any Resorts have openings for Opener Weekend?

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BigMarbles    0
BigMarbles

I have been calling everywhere and everyone is already full for opener. Do any resorts either on or close to Big Winnie have any openings for opener?

Any help would be greatly appreciated!!!

Thanks!

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Jason Boser    2
Jason Boser

who did you all try up here? If you give me alittle more info I will call around for you abit and see what I can come up with they cant all be ful

Jason

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BigMarbles

Thanks for the reply Jason! Here is a list of who I have called so far:

McCardles

4 Seasons

High Banks

Tamarac

Eagle Nest Lodge

Bowens

Williams Narrows

The Pines

We were kind of hoping to be closer to the North Side of the lake. But I guess at this point we'll take anything either on or close to Big Winnie!!! We might end up at the Hill which I guess isn't that far down the road.

Thanks again,

Ben

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Jason Boser    2
Jason Boser

try mikey at Northland lodge 218-246-8531

little winnie resort 218-246-8501

cutfoot souix inn 218-246-8706

gosh dam place 218-246-8202

eagles nest 218-246- 8701

and some on other lakes that will put you real close to the north end of winnie or cutfoot

lakewood lodge sand lake 800-495 8437

snug harbor bowstring 218832 3466

trails end bowstring 218-832-3231

these people should be able to help you out

Jason

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BigMarbles

Thanks again for the help Jason! I will give those a try.

Ben

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eagle1965

For the best access to 3rd River, Stoney and Mallard points try Dixon Lake Resort. Dixon Lake is also noted for opener walleyes! Their # is 800-362-7298.

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Walleye Wegs

I just booked at Iowana resort on portage lake. It is just down the road. I think they had a cabin or two left.

WW

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Birch Haven

We're about 35 miles from Winnie here and have a couple of cabins yet available for Opener.

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